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. the convention chair is los angeles mayor antonio vigarossa who almost had to beg the delegates to stop the madness and bow to god. >> all those delegates in favor say aye. >> aye. >> all those delegates opposed say no. >> no. in in the opinion of the -- let me do that again. all of those delegates in favor say aye. >> aye. all those delegates opposed say no. >> no. >> i guess -- >> you have got to rule and then you have got to let them do what they are going to do. >> i will do that one more time. all those delegates in favor say aye. >> aye. >> all those delegates opposed say no. >> no. >> in the opinion of the chair two thirds have voted in the affirmative, the motion is adopted and the platform has been amended as shown on the screen. [boos] >> thank you very much. >> bill: so it's obvious some democrats still do not want any reference to god or jerusalem. so question the party has become extremely secular dominated by uber liberals. the performance today, the importance of it is that it shows america that the democratic party is not unified there are moderate democrats and far left
is back in los angeles now with his rock steady leadership we are going straight to the moon. i mean it was some tough sledding there. somewhere around day three with villaragosa was going to be rioting. thank god you got to see on a national level what we're dealing with here on a local level that nimrod. >> bill: there you go. can a roll will la not o'reilly. thanks. congratulations again for new factor contributor. many of you have asked about dennis miller. remember him? we haven't had him on because of the convention. back on wednesday. giving the d man two segment's, one for the republicans and one for the democrats. miller and i had a great time for the bolder fresher show. because the houston show sold out so quickly, we have added matinee in houston details on bill o'reilly to the come. 200 tickets left for the austin, texas show on friday november 23rd. if you want to see us, you have got it move y'all. the factor tip of the day, extending your summer. the tip 60 seconds away. >>. >> bill: factor tribute how to make the summer last a little longer. we do want to thank hodda
the tape. joining us from boston, democratic strategist mary ann marsh and from los angeles, fox news analyst, lesley. freedman from the "new york times" on this program yesterday and i asked this question. it's a simple question 'cause as you know, lesley, i am a simple man. >> yes. >> mr. freed, what country can you point that that practices income redistribution on a large scale, that is powerful and successful in the world today? he didn't have one. >> is that my question? >> yeah, because you're smarter than freedman. so i'm asking you the same question. mr. freedman didn't have one. do you? >> i do actually. 2005 countries. i would say that -- i know that you're going to argue with me about this, i would say the united kingdom and france and germany would be a better example. >> germany, number one, doesn't practice income redistribution, neither does switzerland. those are the two most powerful countries in europe. france is instituting a 75% tax on their wealthy citizens. so i don't think they're strong economically. i know they're not. you basically can't point to one, lesley
in the course of a terrorist attack on our embassy. >> bill: obviously disturbing situation. joining us from los angeles fox news anchor geraldo rivera. this isn't i'm not coming at this from a partisan point of view. but as an american not as a commentator or anything like that. it disturbs me because i see chaos at the highest levels of our government. that is what i see here and in the economy as well. but let's just stay on here. i mean here you have two very high level obama spokesmen saying oh, you know, random act. no. and then they have to reverse themselves. what do you say? >> well, i think that let's start with ambassador susan rice. i mean she was either, you know, willfully ignore rant or are she was unbelievably and dangerously naive. when you have a three pronged attack on a compound and the attack uses rpg and heavy weapons fire it is clear that that is not the spontaneous response of a student mob to a movie. >> bill: all right, let me stop you there. >> all right. >> bill: everybody agrees with that. i don't think there is anybody who disagrees with what you just said. >> corre
now from los angeles is ben stein. so, yeah, i mean, you know, in theory, yes, the person who is in charge and obviously the ambassador worked for the state department, hillary clinton was his direct loss. should take the hit for this. but you might make an argument that, you know, look, she is all over the world. she is not milk crow managing what is going on in benghazi, libya. the cia might be at fault as well. they should have known and on and on and on. and you say. >> i say that she was being briefed all the time and if she wasn't being briefed if she was declining her intelligence briefing which has been reported on fox then she is at fault for that, too. they had warning after warning. yesterday's "wall street journal" makes it extremely clear how much warning they had, various aassassination attempts, destruction of property attempts, reports from various intelligence sources. they did nothing to protect the ambassador whatsoever. that's wrong. plus, there was the coverup afterwards. immediately afterwards when it was clear that well-armed, well-organized terrorists h
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